Drink of the Month | Pinkster Gin | Partner with The Ice Co



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The Ice Co’s Valentines Special ‘Drink of the Month’ with Pinkster Gin

Pink Gin couldn’t have been a more perfect choice for our Valentines Special Drink of the Month and to make things extra special, we have partnered with Pinkster Gin to deliver this deliciously sweet, pink cocktail paired with our finest ice, Super Cubes…. because when making the finest drinks, why use anything other than the finest ice?


  • 3-4 Super Cubes
  • 1 & 1/2 measures of Pinkster Gin
  • 1 handful of raspberries
  • 1 measure of lime juice
  • 1/2 measure of cranberry juice
  • Top up of indian tonic water


  • Add Super Cubes and raspberries to a Copa glass.
  • Pour in Pinkster Gin, lime juice and cranberry juice before topping with tonic water. 
  • Garnish with a mint sprig and serve!

This heavenly recipe is made up of just enough sweetness, guaranteed to impress your loved one this Valentine’s Day!

Pinkster Gin’s limited-edition bottle is just irresistible and perfect as a gift for all gin lovers this Valentines Day. Pinkster Gin not only produce mouth-watering, raspberry infused Gin but have the most interesting and inspiring story to tell.

To dig deeper we took it upon ourselves to do a short Q&A….keep reading to find out more…

Where did your great name ‘Pinkster’ originate from?

A rather long lunch…..

Tell us in 3 words how you would describe yourselves…

Tasty, natural, quirky.

How long did it take to create your unique recipe?

Several years.  The irony was that we didn’t actually set out to make a pink drink, it’s just that after we worked our way through an entire fruit bowl, we realised that raspberry delivered the best flavour.

What’s your best kept secret?!

Hmm, there’s a few of those.  Our recipes for our Boozy Berries and Gin Jam, made with recycled inebriated raspberries, are pretty closely guarded.

Define the perfect Pinkster Gin recipe?

Our signature G&T serve is as good as it gets.  A good measure of Pinkster with a decent tonic, plenty of large ice cubes, garnished with a fresh raspberry and a sprig of well-spanked mint. Yum!

Would you agree that Pinkster Gin is best served ice cold?

Of course!

Special thanks to Pinkster Gin for teaming up with us for our Valentines Special Drink of the Month.

When serving your favourite G&T ensure to choose Super Cubes as your ice of choice. 3 times the size of our Party Ice cubes, they melt much slower diluting your drink less, which means you can savour the full flavour. We promise you won’t find anything better! Available to buy from Tesco, Sainsbury’s, Morrisons, Waitrose and Ocado.